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Period IV: New Forms Of Social Organization & Modes Of Production, Part II

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Effects Of Social Changes 0:25
    • New Elites Created
    • Manchus In China (Qing)
    • Ming Lost Energy And Became Corrupt
    • Peasant Rebellion
    • Qing Leaders Given Go Ahead To Take Over
    • Foreign Dynasty
    • Become Confucian And Work Alongside Chinese Officials
    • Middle Class
    • Between Upper Class And Peasant
    • Wealth But No Commensurate Role In Government
    • Nouveau Riche/Bourgeoisie
    • Les Bourgeores Gentilhoame
    • Banker
  • Existing Elites 12:29
    • Zamindars In Mughal Empire
    • Inherited Princes
    • Raja, Nabob
  • Gender And Family Restructuring 14:22
    • Tied To Economics
    • Growth Of Cities
    • Growth In Middle Class
    • Fading Of Feudal Ideas
    • Wanting Best For Children-Education
    • 'Help' As Hired Servants, Not Tied To 'Family'
    • Europeans Marrying Southeast Asian Women
  • New Ethnic And Racial Classifications 20:54
    • Mulatto
  • St. Martin de Porres 22:13
    • Religious Mulatto In Peru
    • Communicate With Animals
  • Why The Growth Of Mestizo Population 26:38
    • Intermixing Of Spanish And Indian
    • Influence In Latin America
  • Reviewing The Main Concept 28:03
    • Traditional Peasant Agriculture Increased And Changed
    • Plantations Expanded And Demand For Labor Increased